Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
I’m proud to say that I’ve developed a pretty solid routine of going to the gym everyday to workout. Remember that when I tell you this next part. Man do I love the food that surrounds Super Bowl Sunday.
Fans, players and alumni will see a new field general roaming the sidelines at East Nicolaus High this next season as Kramer Hagan was officially introduced as the new leader of the Spartan football program.
SANTA CLARA – Jimmy Garoppolo, Joe Staley and Mike McGlinchey drove over to Levi’s Stadium early for the 49ers’ playoff opener Saturday, anxious to resume their Super Bowl quest.
The Huskies defense has been Sutter’s go-to all season long and in Saturday night’s section title game nothing changed. Other than one rushing score in the third quarter for the Bobcats, Sutter was able to shut down Paradise and Tyler Harrison en route to a 20-7 victory, capturing the 2019 N…
As word started to spread on the Huskies sideline that No. 4 Paradise was leading No. 2 West Valley, the Sutter fans began to smile a little wider – knowing they would be able to host a section title game instead of traveling the weekend right after Thanksgiving.
The Huskies knew Friday night’s match-up against the Grizzlies wouldn’t be a walk in the park, but after some halftime adjustments Sutter turned on the afterburners en route to a 25-7 win over Lassen.
And then there were two. Both Sutter and East Nicolaus remain as the only two football programs still playing in late November. Just like last season. Both teams are just win away from yet another berth in a section title game.
Last weekend there was reason to celebrate for two junior football teams in the area as the Marysville Junior Indians 12U and the Lindhurst Junior Blazers 10U both finished on top – winning the Sacramento Youth Football title for their respective divisions.
Even Live Oak High head football coach Jim Arostegui said it looked bleak following the 87-yard pass play for a touchdown that Pierce completed to go up 13-0 with just over 10 minutes left Friday night in Arbuckle.
The Yuba College men’s basketball team secured a monumental vicory on Friday night in San Francisco, defeating the No. 2 ranked team in state: San Diego City College, 81-75.
The message was simple Friday night: The River Valley High football team needed to win to stay on pace for a trip to the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs.
The Sutter frosh football team won its sixth game of the season on Thursday night after it defeated Las Plumas by a final score of 27-12.
The Honkers had a tough start in Friday’s game against Roseville. But if you were patient enough to stick around, it appeared as if there were two separate games. After going down 14-0 early, Yuba City managed to rally back and win 42-14 on senior night at Honker Stadium.
The Yuba College football team took to the road on Saturday as it made the trip south for a showdown with the Lobos of Monterey Peninsula College.
It was a tribute to old school football on Friday night at Wayne Gadberry field as the Sutter Huskies defeated the Gridley Bulldogs, 27-0 in a ground and pound battle that ended with only 12 passing plays.
The Huskies volleyball team hit the road to face off against the Cardinals on Thursday night as it secured a three-set sweep by scores of 25-19, 25-20 and 25-23.
The River Valley Falcons came to play on homecoming night, but so did the Roseville Tigers. After a back-and-forth slugfest by both teams – including eight lead changes – Roseville hung on late to take the victory, 32-31.
With both students sections chanting loud and proud, it was all Yuba City High in the end Friday night as Honker Stadium. The Honkers defended their possession of the Mayor’s Cup defeating River Valley, 40-7.
The River Valley volleyball team continued its success this season on Thursday night at home when it completed a three-set sweep of Woodcreek: 25-20, 25-21 and 25-19.
With last year’s contest in mind on Friday night at Wayne Gadberry Field, Chico and Sutter took to the gridiron to battle it out yet again. This time it was the Huskies coming out on top as they defeated the Panthers, 40-0.
After defeating Valley Christian for the first time in 12 seasons on Tuesday, the Faith Christian volleyball team lost its first match of the season to Western Sierra on Thursday, 3-2.